Risk Management Benchmarks 2024 – model banks analysis

Central banks focus on different kinds of risk and operate varied management structures

Risk impacts almost every aspect of central banking. Central banks lean heavily on their balance sheets for policy purposes, whether that is executing monetary policy, managing foreign exchange reserves, or backstopping the financial system. These financial risks must be carefully controlled. But central banks face a host of other risks, whether from within their own ranks and systems or from outside – such as the risk of fraud and cyber attacks.

Data from the Risk Management Benchmarks

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